Tricia Harte https://www.yellowbrickprogram.com 0m 119
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Millennials Blame “Burnout” On Workplace, Financial Stresses
Career and financial stresses are major contributing factors to millennial burnout, according to a new study.
Yellowbrick, a national psychiatric center, surveyed 2,000 millennials to identify which aspects of their lives are making 96% of them feel burnout on a daily basis. The study revealed that pressures stemming from their careers and a sense of “workism” are to blame. Findings include:
- 61% feel pressured to work overtime or longer hours
- 1 in 4 admits to working off the clock several times a week
- 62% feel pressured to always be accessible via phone, email or Slack channel
To learn more about the factors contributing to burnout and how millennials are coping, you can review the full study here.